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  • Open on Thanksgiving Day

    Open on Thanksgiving Day
    Thanksgiving Day is just around the corner. As a way to help you keep your turkeys in a row, Sun Sentinel will maintain an ongoing list of local restaurants hosting Thanksgiving Day dinners, specials and events. This list will be updated weekly. If you...
  • Vegetarian cookbook author Anna Thomas ladles out 'Love Soup'

    Vegetarian cookbook author Anna Thomas ladles out 'Love Soup'
    Anna Thomas, a few canvas bags hanging on one arm, wanders the rows of the Ventura farmers market just eight hours before her guests are to sit around the table in the soaring great room of her home in Ojai. She chooses yellow onions and prune plums,...
  • Best recipes from 2009

    Best recipes from 2009
    It has been a year of pork. When we look back on 52 weeks of the Good Eating section, the succulent, flavorful meat pops up again and again. Year-end, a time for looking back before moving on, always carries with it the difficult task of choosing our...
  • Batter up!

    Batter up!
    Vegetables are an easy and tasty way to get hooked on tempura. It's farmers market day in Santa Monica, Calif., and I have tempura on my mind. The Japanese farmer carries most of my staples — shishito peppers, burdock, kabocha squash and daikon...
  • Pumpkin Madness

    Pumpkin Madness
    Pumpkins aren't just for pie anymore. For as long as there has been Thanksgiving, it seems, Americans have clung stubbornly to the notion that pumpkin, unlike its sister squashes, is meant to be served on a crust and under whipped cream. And on only...
  • Advertisers: Your Success

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Advertising worksThe most aggressive and consistent advertisers are the most successful. Advertising can generate customers now, and in the future. A campaign that is vigorous and positive can bring consumers into the marketplace,...
  • Thai street fare finds a home at Cha Chaa

    Thai street fare finds a home at Cha Chaa
    When the weekly food fest at Wat Thai Temple in North Hollywood was closed down almost two years ago because of neighbors' complaints about crowds and parking, the culinary blogosphere went wild with texted groans lamenting the loss of its cherished...
  • Florida Cruise Guide: Norwegian Epic ship details

    Port: Port of Miami Tonnage: 153,000 Length/Beam: 1,068 ft./133 ft. Total Staterooms: 2,114 Total Passengers: 4,200 Amenities: Twenty dining options, 20 bars and lounges, Blue Man Group features in the Epic Theater, Aqua park with three...
  • The Review: Savory in Malibu

    The Review: Savory in Malibu
    Every chef dreams about opening his or her own restaurant — someday. For Paul Shoemaker, that day jumped closer when he arrived for work at Bastide one morning in 2008 to find out that owner Joe Pytka had abruptly decided to close it down, just...
  • Baked pumpkin

    Baked pumpkin
    Pumpkins aren't just for pie anymore. For as long as there has been Thanksgiving, Americans have clung stubbornly to the notion that pumpkin is meant to be served on a crust with whipped cream. And on only one day each year. The Great Pumpkin Crisis...
  • Cheap eats in San Francisco

    Cheap eats in San Francisco
    San Francisco has a way of grabbing hold of its visitors and taking them for an incredible ride, whether they're dangling off the side of a cable car or maneuvering the steep hillside curves of Lombard Street. But that doesn't mean they want to feel as...